Color Theory for Quilters
Quilters can benefit from the science of color theory. When using this knowlege our quilts can be much more stunning.
Color Theory for Quilters - Shades
The third variation of Pure colors - the Shades.
Color Theory for Quilters - The Color Wheel
This is the first in a series of articles on the use of color in quilts. Comprehensive instructions are included for reading the color wheel, and applying the scientific methods in developing new and creative color schemes for todays quilts.
Color Theory for Quilters - Tints
The first variation of Pure colors - The Tints.
Color Theory for Quilters - Tones
The second variation of Pure Colors - The Tones
Color Theory for Quilters Road Map
Color Theory for Quilters Road Map. Here's how you can get the most from the Color Theory for Quilters articles. A road map to help you get the information in the chronological order.
Complimentary Color Schemes for Quilts
Complimentary Color schemes are very useful for quilters when deciding a color scheme for their quilt creations.
Quilt Color Schemes
Quilts generally come in four color schemes. Doesn't seem like much, let me explain.
Quilting with Blue
Quilting with the Color Blue. Lots of hints and ideas and explanations about the color blue.
Quilting with Green
Here's some tips for quilting with the color green.
Quilting with the color Orange
Orange is a difficult color to quilt with for some. Here's some low down on using the color orange in your creations.
Quilting with the Color Red
Quilting using the color red can sometimes be very daunting, and often requires a leap of faith. Here's some information to help you come to terms with red in your quilting.
Quilting with Yellow
Quilting with the color yellow - it can be your friend.
Split Complementary Color Schemes for Quilts Quilting Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Quilting Site Map
Here's a detailed explanation of Split Complementary colors found on the color wheel, and how to relate these to your quilt color schemes.
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